As one of the most versatile trucks on the market, there’s been a lot of buzz surrounding the 2018 Toyota Tundra recently. With its arrival fast approaching, Canonsburg, McMurray, and Washington drivers might be wondering what to expect from this notoriously powerful vehicle.
Fortunately, our team at South Hills Toyota has all the need-to-know details. In this preview, we’re going to fill you in on how the 2018 Toyota Tundra is going to change, and when to expect it.1
Our 2017 Toyota Tundra models are worth a look, as well.
With rumors flying since spring, it’s no surprise that the 2018 Toyota Tundra is already in production. As a matter of fact, it’s said to start hitting showrooms as soon as August 2017. So, if you think it might be time to trade in for a newer model, you better get ready… The 2018 Toyota Tundra should be here before the summer is over!
Toyota cars have long been known for their great safety features. From rigid bodies to smart, collision-preventing technology, the Tundra has always been a safe vehicle. However, Toyota never aims for average. And in the 2018 Toyota Tundra, they’re really going above and beyond.
To ensure your protection, the 2018 Toyota Tundra will come equipped with standard Toyota Safety Sense™ P. This suite features numerous features that can actually monitor and react to the road for you.
Just take Pre-Collision Assist with Pedestrian Detection, for example. When this feature senses you’re on course to collide with another vehicle or person, it can hit the brakes for you, preventing any major accidents.
Like many trucks, the Toyota Tundra has always come with a number of different trims to ensure that drivers can find their perfect fit. And the 2018 Toyota Tundra will add an all-new level.
The TRD Sport, as you might imagine, is a more rugged trim meant for adventurous driving. This trim will feature LED headlights, a black mesh grille, and a bold hood scoop. A sport-tuned suspension has also been added to improve handling on those rocky paths.
Whether you’re heading off-road, or just cruising down the highway, the 2018 Tundra TRD Sport is a perfect choice.
With the Entune™ audio suite, Toyota vehicles have always featured plenty of entertainment options. But the 2018 Toyota Tundra instrument cluster will receive a bit of a redesign to keep everything as sharp and ergonomic as ever.
For instance, the gauge cluster in the 2018 Tundra has been updated to ensure total readability and style. With a new 4.2-inch information display screen, you should have no problem reading vehicle metrics.
The 2018 Toyota Tundra is just around the corner, which means that you’ll be able to get behind the wheel before you know it. Canonsburg, McMurray, and Washington drivers can set up their test drive today by contacting our team at South Hills Toyota. Reserve your test drive now!
1. Model not yet released. All specs mentioned herein have been cited from the pickuptrucks.com article “2018 Toyota Tundra: What's Changed” and are subject to change by the manufacturer.